How nation-states create and respond to refugee flows.

@article{Keely1996HowNC,
  title={How nation-states create and respond to refugee flows.},
  author={Charles B. Keely},
  journal={The International migration review},
  year={1996},
  volume={30 4},
  pages={
          1,046-66
        }
}
"The ideal type of political organization is the nation-state, which leads to a presumption of state legitimacy when the state represents a community, based on ethnic origin or shared political values, that claims a right to persist. A nation-state tends to produce forced migration for three reasons: it contains more than one nation; the populace disagrees about the structure of the state or economy; or the state implodes due to the lack of resources. This paper elaborates a theory of refugee… CONTINUE READING

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